Along with providing classy urbanites with a pastoral setting of forested hills, treacherous water traps, and the scenic Moosup River, the Foster Country Club offers a full 18-hole, par 72 course for your golf-cart-rampaging pleasure. Players of all skill levels can get in on the action, but every golfer should beware of the approach to the elevated green on hole 6, the double dogleg on hole 12, and the resident troll beneath the covered bridge.
Eight Limbs Studios helps train and transform students through exposure to thai boxing. Instructors teach the fierce punches, elbows, and knee-strikes of muay thai, or “the art of eight limbs,” to adults and children. Instructors also help students shave off pounds through wrestling workouts and up-tempo, contact-free fitness-kickboxing sessions. True to the sport's fighting focus, participants are trained to fully participate in the sport of muay thai.
Jimmy Bombard helps students develop consistent, sound swing mechanics through lessons at Wentworth Hills Country Club and Crystal Lake Golf Club. He's been a PGA professional for more than two decades—a span that's equipped him with a firm mastery of the game of golf. Jimmy's instruction instills a foundation of sustainable techniques, from teeing off with the driver to sinking putts with the putter and driving off in the golf cart with an opponent's golf bag.
East Greenwich Golf Course in East Greenwich offers flavorful eats and tasty desserts.
Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at East Greenwich Golf Course.
Your group can sit comfortably at East Greenwich Golf Course, a local restaurant.
Reservations are available, so give the restaurant a call before you head over for the fastest seating.
Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code.
The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of East Greenwich Golf Course to your next party or event.
A free parking lot is conveniently located next door.
Fancy snacks do come at a higher price, but wow are they delicious.
Finding a flat lie at Vineyard Valley Golf Club is a lot like sinking a hole-in-one: it's rare. The course resides atop land that used to be a vineyard, creating a layout that is undulating with constant elevation changes. Along with a relentless breeze, the course's hilly quirks make the 9-hole, 3,000-yard layout far more difficult than it initially appears. After testing their mettle on the first eight holes?which include views of a castle between the sixth green and seventh tee?golfers encounter a final hole that course designer Gus Loos viewed as Eastern Connecticut's version of the famed island green of the 17th hole
at TPC Sawgrass. This hole plays anywhere from 120 to 160 yards, and a watery marsh swallows up shots that fall short of the green.
GoForItKickboxing.com?s certified trainers draw on two fitness methods to get clients in shape: kickboxing and high-intensity interval training. During classes, they teach students real kickboxing punches, kicks, and combinations that work the entire body while imparting invaluable self-defense knowledge. They combine these techniques with a high-intensity interval-training philosophy, which alternates between periods of intense aerobic activity and short periods of rest. The result is a workout that is fun, energetic, and can burn up to 800 calories in one session.